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Melody corner [music] : five easy piano duets / easily arranged from popular melodies by Mirrie Hill
Bib ID 95725
Format MusicMusic
Description Melbourne : Allans Music, c1966 
13 p. ; 31 cm. 
Series

Imperial edition ; no. 973.

Full contents
  • 1. Botany bay
  • 2. British grenadiers
  • 3. Lullaby
  • 4. Nowell
  • 5. Ye banks and braes.
 
Notes

Cover title.

Pl. no.: B.8668.

N, MUS/025.

Subjects Australian
Other authors/contributors Hill, Mirrie, 1889-1986
Also Titled

Botany Bay.

British grenadiers.

Lullaby.

Nowell.

Ye banks and braes.

Music Publisher Number B.8668 

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